Environmental review covers three proposals under consideration by Town’s Huntington Station master developer.
The Huntington Town Board, at its September 16 meeting, took the next step in Huntington Station’s revitalization by approving the Huntington Station Gateway Plan, the environmental impact document covering three sites under consideration for redevelopment by Renaissance Downtowns, the Town’s
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At its May 5th meeting, the Huntington Town Board approved Resolution #2015-221 asking the New York State Legislature to provide peace officer status for its staff of uniformed fire marshals.
During the public comment session of the Board meeting, resident Andrew Scanlon, questioning the wisdom of the peace officer recommendation, asked Supervisor Frank
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Huntington Supervisor Frank P. Petrone and Councilman Mark Cuthbertson announce that the Town will again be reducing speed limits and stepping up patrols in Town waters July 4 to help boaters enjoy the annual Asharoken fireworks display and any other possible shows.
For 2014, both the area covered and the hours the restriction is
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TOH Resolution Approving Paramount Special Use Permit. Click to enlarge photo.
Like throwing a stone into a quiet pond, sometimes seemingly isolated actions by the Huntington Town Council and
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All 178 election districts in the Town of Huntington have made their selections known and the Democrat party, led by incumbent Supervisor Frank Petrone, have emerged victorious with 18,563 votes for Petrone, to Gene Cook’s 17,968.
Incumbent Council Member Mark Cuthburtson led the pack of Town Board contenders with 18,868 votes. Close on his heals was
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The Huntington Town Board, at its March 5 meeting, voted to declare a one-month amnesty on overdue traffic summonses, allowing people to settle their accounts by paying 60 percent of the value of their fines and penalties.
The amnesty, which will be in effect from April 1 to April
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After a moment of silence in memory of the 26 children and adults murdered at a Newtown, Connecticut elementary school, the Huntington Town Board concluded its meeting schedule for 2013 by acting on a wide variety of measures Tuesday December 18.
At the meeting, the Board:
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The IRS announced that 401(k)s and similar employer-sponsored retirement plans can make loans and hardship distributions to victims of Hurricane Sandy and members of their families. 401 (k) plan participants, 403 (b) tax sheltered annuities and state and government employees with 457 (b) may be eligible to take advantage of these
Continue reading Councilman Mark Mayoka Advises Residents That IRS Will Allow Hardship Distributions From Retirement Plans To Sandy Victims
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